The new dates for the AIEED Exam have been released and the test is likely to be held from June 20 to July 05, 2021. Candidates can select any of the aforementioned dates to sit for the test while filling up the application form of AIEED. The exam will be held in various sessions and the batches will commence from August 2021. The last date to apply has not been released yet, however, aspirants are advised to apply for AIEED before the last date expires. Earlier, AIEED was held from June 10 to June 20, June 01 to June 10, May 21 to May 31, May 5, 2021, to May 15th 2021, April 12, 2021, to May 2, 2021, April 3 to April 11, 2021, March 11 to March 15, 2021 and from Feb 25, 2021, till Feb 28, 2021.
All India Entrance Exam for Design, also known as AIEED is conducted at the national level entrance exam for candidates seeking admission into various Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes in Design offered at ARCH College of Design & Business, earlier known as ARCH Academy of Design. AIEED is conducted to test candidates’ overall knowledge, creativity and design sensitivity that is required to make a career in the field of design. Apart from this, through AIEED, candidates’ logical reasoning and problem-solving aptitude are also judged. AIEED is acknowledged by IIT Delhi as a premium exam to test the creative abilities of the aspirants of higher education in Design.
AIEED was launched and conducted by ARCH for the first time in 2010. In 2011, it was converted to an online exam in which students could appear from anywhere in the world. This exam is also acknowledged by IIT Delhi as a premium exam to assess the creative abilities of students of Higher Education in Design.
Through AIEED, Arch College looks for potentially introspective and thinking aspirants with the right spirit and attitude to take up Design as a responsible profession.
The Screening for Design Studies has the bare minimum of the usual question-answers' approach. The entire process of Screening for Design Studies is aimed at evaluating the following
- The attitude of the student as against aptitude
- Comprehension and communication skills
- Situational thinking and problem-solving skills